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Atomising nozzles deliver 'precise spray pattern'

21 April 2010

The new atomising spray nozzles from Lee Products generate a precise 50° hollow cone spray pattern to ensure controlled atomisation in a very compact package

They are available in both airless and air-assisted styles and will suit critical spray applications in laboratory, medical device, general design applications or wherever exceptionally precise spray patterns are required.

The airless atomising nozzles do not require an external air supply and will atomize with pressures as low as 10 psi (on water). They are available in multiple flow ranges and can be installed directly onto a proprietary VHS micro-dispense valve for precise flow control using pulse-width modulation (PWM).

The air-assisted models utilise an external air source to control the atomisation and allow for lower operating pressures (5 psi). The pressure of the liquid and air can be independently controlled to fine-tune the flow rate and nozzle performance to suit the application requirements.

In addition to the standard options, Lee Products can supply these atomising nozzles with special mounting configurations and PEEK wetted materials on request.


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